Quality Inn & Suites Mt. Chalet
834 Highway 441 South
Clayton, GA 30525
Phone: (706) 782-2214
Fax: (706) 782-1093
All visitors to Atlanta must opt for an excursion to the scenic hills of North Georgia; Black Rock Mountain being a great choice for just such an adventure. With ten cottages and four primitive, secluded backpacking sites, you'll have plenty of chances to take in the remote beauty. Picnic sites and a recreational lake are also available, plus day hiking trails for the less adventurous. The park is located 120 miles (194 kilometers) northeast of Atlanta. Take US 441 to Black Rock Mountain Parkway into Clayton, Georgia to get here.
You'll find the idyllic beauty of Moccasin Creek State Park about 20 miles (32 kilometers) north of Clarkesville on GA-197, a mere 80 miles (130 kilometers) northeast of Atlanta in the North Georgia mountains. Make camp at one of the 54 tent and trailer sites, or break bread under one of the six conveniently-placed picnic shelters. A small lake offers boating, including a ramp and dock for private boats and rental canoes. Waterskiing is permitted in the lake, and fishing is allowed in both the lake and the stream.
The Factory is the place for games, mini-golf, bowling, go-carts, laser tag, big screen TV's, party rooms, a great dining experience, and more.
See rainbow and brown trout being raised for stocking into mountain streams in North Georgia while at this hatchery that also provides visitors a unique opportunity to view both birds and mammals and explore the habitat of animals that live in both cold and warm water. Also learn about trout, trout habitat, and aquatic life in cold and warm water habitats while at this hatchery.
Church of the Incarnation is a small church tucked away in the hills. Built in 1896, with the Carpenter Gothic style, it continues to function till date. The interiors of the church have a warm glow which makes you feel pleasant. The overall architecture is simple and implicative of the bygone era. Services and ceremonies are held routinely in the church. Regular events also help in binding the community together.
Highlands Nature Center is a program of the Highlands Biological Station, which is a part of the University of North Carolina. They provide seasonal weekly programs, lectures, outreach programs, and other special events to educate others on the diverse flora and fauna of the high plateau in the southern Appalachian Mountains of southwestern North Carolina. Exhibits include mounts of many native bird and mammal species, live animals such as reptiles, amphibians, snails, fish, and small mammals, and an archeological exhibit with Cherokee Indian artifacts.
Located just off U.S. 64, drivers were once routed under the falls, which stand at a height of 120 feet. Picnicking and hiking are available in the adjacent, scenic day-use area.
They invite you to taste their fine Georgia wines and enjoy the beautiful location.
Enjoy hatchery supported trout fishing, a scenic waterfall, hiking trails, and camping areas while at this large, popular lake.
A historic large Victorian cottage with an adjacent millinery shop that dates from the late 19th century and was first occupied by A.M. Mauldin and his wife, a hat maker. The house now serves as the Habersham Chamber of Commerce Historic Welcome Center and exhibits on the mountain heritage of the area are on display in both the house and the millinery shop.
Part of the Mountain Water Scenic Byway, this beautiful waterfall is located on the Cullasaja River in the lower part of the Cullasaja Gorge. It cascades over picturesque moss-covered stones at a height of 250-feet.
A National Historic Landmark, this historic site was the plantation home of Devereaux Jarrett, the richest man in the Tugaloo Valley. The plantation house features a 90 foot long porch and hand numbered rafters, as well as fourteen rooms furnished with an array of original antiques and memorabilia. Guided tours are available.